Bryce Harper hit another home run. Off of Tom Koehler. Has nobody figured this out yet? It ultimately didn't matter in Thursday's 5-1 loss, but you would think that someone in Miami would want to just walk Harper every time. I don't see anyone complaining, though.
Here's the latest from Nationals Park.
Rizzo addresses Harper, Strasburg contracts
"It takes two to tango," Rizzo told 106.7 the Fan.
Looking at Erick Fedde's early season stats
The Nationals' 2014 first rounder has struggled to begin the season, but looking at who he is as a player, he'll probably be able to bounce back.
Drew Storen, no longer a National, adapts to life as a Blue Jay
Storen had never been to Toronto preceding March - but he now has a brand new uniform, a brand new set of teammates, and a brand new city.
Daniel Murphy is adapting to his surroundings, attempting to hit more homers
Murphy is swinging less and trying to make harder contact more often, which may not be the reason the Nationals signed him, but Mike Rizzo isn't really complaining.
Harper is becoming the best player in baseball, and he's here to stay
Bryce Harper, at the age of 23, could be considered the best in the league come October - and so far, he's off to a start that would justify the classification.
Tonight's Game: Twins vs Nationals - 7:05 PM (MASN, WUSA 9, WJFK)
Probable Pitchers: Kyle Gibson (0-2, 3.57 ERA) vs Gio Gonzalez (0-0, 0.69 ERA)